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Level(s)

European framework for sustainable buildings

Level(s) provides a common language for assessing and reporting on the sustainability performance of buildings. It is a simple entry point for applying circular economy principles in our built environment.

Level(s) offers an extensively tested system for measuring and supporting improvements, from design to end of life. It can be applied to residential buildings or offices.

Let's meet Level(s)

A common language creating a shared understanding of sustainability performance in buildings.

eLearning and tools

Our eLearning course and calculator tool will prepare and support you to use Level(s) successfully.

Start using Level(s)

Once you know the basics it is time to download the Level(s) user manuals and start using it in your working environment.

Helpdesk

Email your questions to our helpdesk.

Publications

  • General publications
  • Directorate-General for Environment

Level(s): What's in it for cities?

If you represent a city in the EU, Level(s) can help you achieve your sustainability goals. EU initiatives such as the European Green Deal and the following Circular Economy Action Plan and Renovation Wave have singled out buildings and construction as key action areas, as the Union pushes....

  • General publications
  • Directorate-General for Environment

Level(s) and the new European Bauhaus

The New European Bauhaus is a creative and transdisciplinary movement, started by the European Commission. This factsheet highlights how you and your organisation can play your part, with help from Level(s), the EU common language for improving the sustainability performance of buildings.

  • General publications
  • Directorate-General for Environment

The Level(s) Calculation and Assessment Tool (CAT)

If you are using Level(s), the European framework for assessing the sustainability performance of buildings, you can access the European Commission’s free Calculation and Assessment Tool (CAT) to help you create Level(s) assessments for building projects.